Teaching

Approach

I believe in the capacities of all students to understand and formulate powerful ideas and to offer unique insight. To access these capacities, I meet students where they are and cultivate habits of critical inquiry and skills of expression. I take an open-minded attitude to canon formation and disciplinary boundaries. Finally, I believe that pedagogy must be thought about together with structural issues of justice in education.

Courses Taught

University of Denver

  • Introduction to Political Thought (Fall 2019, Winter 2020)
  • Modern Political Thought: Consent, Progress, Power (Fall 2019)
  • Conservative Political Thought (Winter 2020)
  • US Constitutional Law: Civil Rights and Liberties (Spring 2020, Spring 2021)
  • Feminist Political Thought (Spring 2020, Spring 2021)
  • Introduction to Law and Society (Fall 2020)
  • American Political Thought (Fall 2020)

Beloit College

  • Introduction to Political Thinking (Fall 2018, Spring 2019)
  • US Federal Government and Politics (Fall 2018)
  • US Constitutional Law (Spring 2019)
  • Modern Political Thought: Consent, Progress, Power (Spring 2019)

Prison and Neighborhood Arts Project

  • The Meaning and Limits of Rights (Summer 2017)
  • The Meaning and Limits of Rights (Summer 2016, co-taught)
  • Theory and Event (Summer 2015)
  • Introduction to Political Theory in the American Context (Fall 2014, co-taught)

Check out some recent projects from the Prison and Neighborhood Arts Project here.